Name: Aphrodite/Venus

Greek/Roman: Greek

Animal Form: Snow Owl

Birthplace: Papthos, Cyprus

Goddess of: Love,Beauty, Sexuality

Guardian of the Stone of Aphrodite Collar/Crystal Rose of Sexuality/ Destiny and Val's Overlook


"Foam-arisen" Aphrodite was born of the sea foam near Paphos, Cyprus after Cronus cut off Ouranos' genitals and threw them behind him into the sea, while the Erinyes emerged from the drops of blood. Hesiod's Theogony described that the genitals "were carried over the sea a long time, and white foam arose from the immortal flesh; with it a girl grew" to become Aphrodite. Aphrodite floated in on a scallop shell. When she arose, she was hailed as "Cyprian," and is referred to as such often, especially in the poetic works of Sappho. This myth of a fully mature Venus (the Roman name for Aphrodite), Venus Anadyomene("Venus Rising From the Sea") was one of the iconic representations of Aphrodite, made famous in a much-admired painting by Apelles, now lost, but described in the Natural History of Pliny the Elder.

Name: Eros

Greek/Roman: Greek

Animal Form: Swan

Birthplace: Unknown

God of: Sexual Pleasure,Love, Sex and Cupid

Guardian of the Staff and Bracelet of Eros/ Singa and Scotty's Overlook


Eros was the son of Aphrodite and either Ares (most commonly), Hermes or Hephaestus, or of Porus and Penia. Rarely, he was given as the son of Iris and Zephyrus; this Eros was an attendant of Aphrodite, harnessing the primordial force of love and directing it into mortals. In Greek mythology, was the primordial god of sexual love and beauty. He was also worshipped as a fertility deity. His Roman counterpart was Cupid ("desire"), also known as Amor ("love"). In some myths, he was the son of the deities Aphrodite and Ares, but according to Plato's Symposium, he was conceived by Poros (Plenty) and Penia (Poverty) at Aphrodite's birthday. Like Dionysus, he was sometimes referred to as Eleutherios, "the liberator".


Name: Ares


Animal Form: Vulture

Birthplace: Thrace

God of: War,Bloodshed,rebellion and civil order, banditry, manliness and courage.

Guardian of: Shield and Staff of Ares/ John and Jacob's Overlook

Ares,a major deity and a member of the
Twelve Olympians, a son of Zeus and Hera, in Greek mythology. Though often referred to as the Olympian god of warfare, he is more accurately the god of bloodlust, or slaughter personified: "Ares is apparently an ancient abstract noun meaning throng of battle, war" He also presides over the weapons of war, the defence and sacking of cities, rebellion and civil order, banditry, manliness and courage.He is an important Olympian god in the epic tradition represented by the Iliad. The reading of his character remains ambiguous, in a late 6th-century funerary inscription from Attica: "Stay and mourn at the tomb of dead Kroisos/ Whom raging Ares destroyed one day, fighting in the foremost ranks".



Name: Hades

Greek/Roman: Greek

Animal Form: Cerberus (When he's not in Dr. Nightmare's Body)

Birthplace: Unknown, But is the Ruler of the Underworld.

God of : Underworld and Riches

Guardian of: Soul of Hades Crown/ Dr.Nightmare's Dark Spirit (Dr. Nightmare had given his soul to Hades after he vowed to get rid of all the Same-Sex Love in the world in exchange for the power of Darkness and Torture)

He was a son of the
Titans, Cronus and Rhea. He had three sisters, Demeter, Hestia, and Hera, as well as two brothers, Zeus, the youngest of the three, and Poseidon, collectively comprising the original six Olympian gods. Upon reaching adulthood, Zeus managed to force his father to disgorge his siblings. After their release the six younger gods, along with allies they managed to gather, challenged the elder gods for power in the Titanomachy, a divine war. Zeus, Poseidon, and Hades received weapons from the three Cyclopes to help in the war: Zeus the thunderbolt, Hades the Helm of Darkness, and Poseidon the trident. The night before the first battle, Hades put on his helmet and, being invisible, slipped over to the Titans' camp and destroyed their weapons. The war lasted for ten years and ended with the victory of the younger gods. Following their victory, according to a single famous passage in the Iliad,Hades and his two brothers, Poseidon and Zeus, drew lots for realms to rule. Zeus got the sky, Poseidon got the seas, and Hades received the underworld, the unseen realm to which the dead go upon leaving the world as well as any and all things beneath the earth.

*All Info on the Gods/Goddesses were found on Wikipedia.